Win an Xbox and an Adaptive Controller
Able Magazine have got an Xbox and an Adaptive Controller kit, including foot pedal, switches, joystick, and three game cards) to give away.
Xbox can now be connected with a variety of devices such as switches, buttons, mounts and joysticks, enabling a much wider audience of gamers to enjoy the experience.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller can be used to create custom controllers utilising buttons, thumbsticks and trigger inputs with assistive devices (sold separately) connected through 3.5mm jacks and USB ports. Gamers can now use say, one hand and one foot, or their chin, or shoulder and so on, to control their game moves. The adaptive controller is effectively a hub for devices that helps make gaming more accessible.